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24/7/2017
09:20
Nanoco Daily Update: Nanoco is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NANO. The last closing price for Nanoco was 38.75p.
Nanoco has a 4 week average price of 30.75p and a 12 week average price of 29.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 78.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 28.50p.
There are currently 238,224,606 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 195,847 shares. The market capitalisation of Nanoco is £92,312,034.83.
22/7/2017
19:20
kuss1: Funny old comments from slippy.... thought this was going to 10p by Xmas 2015? Then 15p in a matter of months. Now if they can get a loan he might buy in! The management issue is an irrelevance to me. ME isn't great but he isn't a criminal as slippy suggests. It's the product that counts as I've posted many times. Remember Yell and all the great managers they employed? All came to nothing because the product was already history. Management is operational stuff, but with Nano it's the science. To say the Philip's deal is not important is nonsense. A first class OEM are buying nanoco's tech for their premier line of TV's and monitors. That validates the tech. It open's up the very real prospect of further orders. TCL and Hisense are next in line. I think there will be 3 major OEM's with Nano's tech in their flagship products come Xmas 2017. Dow have already said they have an operational large-scale plant in Korea with an existing cad free offering. That is major news. Nano expect a five fold increase in Dow production this year with confirmation of commercial orders imminent. Merck factory build is coming soon. They have no choice as the industry is accelerating. Merck used to dismiss Qdots but now they are fans because existing suppliers hate change being forced on them. Then they convert and champion the cause. 3M are out of the running, so are QD vision, so are Nanosys. Nanoco's main competitors are gone. Samsung has made a good fist of their cad free tech, but they don't own the IP and their components are semi carcinogenic. Hansol's scale up is not efficient and will eventually be phased out imo. As for the value of Nano's IP, you only have to look at what the Chinese were willing to pay for QD vision. Pretty much the market cap of Nanoco. And that was for a defunct technology. Really just for a few patents in fact. You really have to take an industry perspective which is often lacking on this board. Have some respect for the decisions of major players such as Dow, Merck and Wah Hong. They know their business. They know what's coming. Nano have made errors though. Mainly over-estimating the disruptive potential of Qdots. There is massive inertia in the industries they targeted. Because industry doesn't like change, a bit like Yell. But those companies in the end have to come into line. Look how BASF are now pro cadmium free products. They've had to change, just like Merck have done. Nano now of the verge of a transformation. The share price will follow.
04/7/2017
16:18
mwwh: AndrewBaker: Perhaps, you were referring to the past 6 years. Since the recent climb from 31.25 to 43.75,the share price has not fallen 'more and significantly'. Rather, it has dropped to the Fibonacci 67% range, which can be expected following a large gain. Though I suspect that it will bounce off of 67%, a drop to 50% of the gain would not be unreasonable before it continues its climb. We may receive good news or no news over the next month. I lean toward the former. Dow has likely sold dots to Kangde Xin and will confirm that soon. My biggest worry has been that Nanoco's technology become obsolete before it can reach the market. Happily, recent technology confirmation from Kyulux, Merck, Wah Hong and Samsung has clearly placed Nanoco in a technology leadership position. Quantum dot purchasers will want to be future-proofed, and Nanoco appears to offer this more than any other QD manufacturer. Companies inside and outside of the display industry will need to jump on board quickly or risk missing the boat. As I said when the price was 32, I don't care if the share price temporarily goes down. Nanoco, instead of focusing on immediate profit has given its scientists the opportunity to build a solid base. Not to criticize Dow, since Nanoco probably shares some blame, but Nanoco also deserves credit for successfully changing its strategy in the face of repeated Dow delays.
28/6/2017
20:28
kuss1: Well, offers for QD vision were north of $100 million and that was for a failed company. So a share price of around 20% up of where we are now. Nanosys is in dire straights. If they were publicly owned, the they would have had to announce the withdrawal of 3M from film manufacture. That would have led to around a 90% hit to their share price. A reduction of staff at runcorn is a positive imo. The company was trying to do too much. Culling more staff is unfortunate but will probably take place. But manufacturing capacity lies with Dow and with Merck. And the wider Qdot industry is growing rapidly. I think another year or so before commercialisation.
19/6/2017
21:21
kuss1: My understanding of the Dow blog that I recently posted was a comparative study surely and not a solution. The comparison between Dow's cad free dots and red cadmium dots from another supplier in relation to DCI colour specs given in blue. I read this as very positive; more so that it's coming from Dow. They've invested millions in Nano's tech. It's the same reason Merck got interested. Merck now sampling. I think they will commit to a factory build something this year. I think the fact that Wah Hong expect orders in the 3rd quarter to be also be very positive. 3rd quarter starts in a few weeks. Though orders are expected to be small that's not the point. Orders can grow. The infrastructure is in place. Nano such a tiny market cap for a key player in a new industry tied up with Dow and Merck. Qdots taking over the whole of display soon. New products every week almost. All cadmium based of course apart from Samsung. No evidence of any take up of Nanosys hybrid Qdots. But Nanosys are dead meat in the long run. They can't live just of Samsung's patent payments. Must be some 30-40 companies out there producing Qdots from various materials. Many cadmium free. All doomed if you ask me... As for the share price, it's going nowhere .. But it's still above where it was on the no orders statement in the last results!
19/6/2017
14:28
mwwh: Whoops! Missed the nano-sized elephant. I doubt that fake QMC will create better red dots than Nanoco by using a mass production technique. The upside is that QMC investors now have fake red dots as well as fake mass production. The truth is that Nanoco will either produce sales soon or will be bought out. I am not too concerned. I suspect that most of the whining one this site comes from QMC investors or from former Nano investors who want to see the share price go down.
12/5/2017
01:59
lauders: Some Positives: NANO's website is a good one and they do add news promptly when it comes along. Even the news feeds if registerd work well unlike some much larger companies! The Edison note provides 21 pages of hope and jam tomorrow reasons to invest. We all know the potential is here. Just needs LOTS of patience. There are a lot of patents and science in the company. The staff are also apparently rather talented. They just need the right leader (see below). Some Negatives: Their CEO is not really doing much for the company and his sales and other personal actions haven't inspired confidence. Perhaps new management is needed? That might do wonders for the share price. NANO's PR is useless. They don't push the boat out to get their name known. There are no useful updates on the progress being made with the dots. Commercial sensitivity is the excuse, which I accept to a degree, but still I am sure they can release more info than they do. The share price performance has been awful.
04/4/2017
10:50
boom boom bang bang: Chinese already paid 40% premium on first placement 0.315p 2nd placement at 40% today price is coming in the next 4 days. Agreed price is 0.38p. Chinese will buy 20% of shs capital at 0.38p Meaning we will spike pass 0.60p or more. Kodal Minerals PLC Placement and Off-Take Agreement 10/03/2017 7:00am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Kodal Minerals (LSE:KOD) Historical Stock Chart 1 Month : From Mar 2017 to Apr 2017 Click Here for more Kodal Minerals Charts. TIDMKOD RNS Number : 0850Z Kodal Minerals PLC 10 March 2017 Kodal Minerals Plc / Index: AIM / Epic: KOD / Sector: Mining 10 March 2017 Kodal Minerals plc ('Kodal Minerals' or 'the Company') Completion of GBP500,000 Placing, Proposed Off-Take Agreement & Proposed GBP4.3 million Strategic Investment Kodal Minerals plc, the mineral exploration and development company focussed on West Africa, is pleased to advise that is has completed a GBP500,000 share placing (the "Placing") and entered into an agreement to commence negotiations for an off-take agreement for the future spodumene concentrate produced from its Bougouni Lithium Project, in Southern Mali (the "Project") as well as a potential further investment into the Company of up to GBP4.3 million (the "Agreement"). Highlights -- Agreement is with Suay Chin International Pte Ltd ("Suay Chin"), a Singapore registered company formed to take advantage of its extensive connections to supply the Chinese lithium market with a range of clients from acid producers to lithium carbonate producers and to the final lithium-ion battery manufacturer. -- Suay Chin has strong support from Shandong Mingrui Chemical Co Ltd, which is a long-term supplier to existing lithium carbonate producers in Shandong Province. -- GBP500,000 placing completed with Suay Chin at an issue price of GBP0.003 per share for the issue of 166,666,667 new ordinary shares of 0.03125 pence each in the Company (the "Placing Shares") - representing a 30% premium to the closing share price on the date prior to this announcement. -- The Company and Suay Chin have agreed to commence negotiations immediately for an off-take agreement over 20% of the spodumene concentrate to be produced from the Project, with potential for this to increase to 100% at a later date. -- The Agreement allows Suay Chin a period of 30 days to undertake due diligence on the Company and the Project, including conducting site visits, preliminary metallurgical testing and confirmation of geology. -- Following the due diligence period and if successful, the Agreement contemplates Suay Chin completing a second share placing within a further 15 days (or 30 days with Kodal's consent) to increase its shareholding in Kodal to 20% at a price of GBP0.0038 per share (expected to result in a further cash investment of approximately GBP4.3 million) (the "Second Placing"). The price of the proposed Second Placing represents a 65% premium to the closing share price on the date prior to this announcement .
01/4/2017
20:54
ih_169538: Maybe you should read the Bayer patents which they own outright and are broad based on many applications including EL.The problem with Syd is his rhetoric in regards to facts.Every other QD company has been disregarded as being able to produce cad free quantum dots and that Nano alone have this capability.QMC and ultimately Nano are not film manufacturers so having EL patents mean little to selling quantum dots.The selling of material to go into EL is an entirely different thing than making film that uses EL materials.As far as selling air I would say Nano is in the same bracket right now.Until they report revenues from mass sales ( KGs ) there isn't much to scream from the hilltops about and why the current share price reflects that current scenario.Nano will need revenue sources to offset expenditures pretty soon or be handing around the offering plate for collections.If non fact based comments are made then I will refute them.You have your Nano guys posting on QMC message boards info that they don't post here on competitors as an example or refute non factual post there and not here so I am returning the favor.In a perfect world QMC and Nano get 50/50 of the qd market supply ..we will see.GL on Tuesdays year end report,hope it answers why the delay to market and revenues.I think its all about "optimizing" their materials which is a larger feat than most think.
23/2/2017
17:28
enteleon: Howl01- As usual, your comments are very balanced and thoughtful. Thanks also to petepitstop reminding us that we have to await results in April. I do share some of your pessimism, Howl. Over a two to three year horizon, Nanoco is looking like a one-trick-pony ie:Display. Nano are clearly interested in the high-margin medical imaging (hence Nano buying into life-science website domains) but this is several years away. Nigel Pickett has also been working on solar patents, but this angle has been terribly slow in the coming. Soon after its IPO in May, 2009, Nano announced a partnership with Tokyo Electron with regard to solar panel developments, but, as with Osram and lighting projects, this appears to have bitten the dust. I have also heard that development of the Atomic Layer Deposition is agonizingly slow and expensive- this, I understand, being a prerequisite for QLED. On the optimistic side, I listened several weeks ago (on Bloomberg) to one of the senior equity strategists at Needham (they of the Needham Growth Conference). He was very balanced and explained Needham's strategy of very patient contrarian buying- a genuine investment approach, not tainted by fast-buck trading. Looking at the daily share-price action, I detect a mid-morning to noon dip and then a modest recovery. It is purely my conjecture that there may be some (possibly US) position building, facilitated by nervous investor selling. The general market uplift is bound to persuade some folk that their money is idling in Nano shares, therefore why not catch some better and faster trains. There is evidence of some support at 38.5p over the last eight days and there should be very solid support at 36p odd. It is always so difficult to make clear judgements about Nano. They are somewhat dysfunctional and they lack clear vertical integration with one or more actual TV producers. Their relationship with WH may hopefully change that. Dow appears completely unmeasurable and always has been. Let's hope their merger with DuPont (due end March) can focus their strategy. Merck could get very interesting, but the politics in both the US and Europe look uncertain. I'm hanging in there by seat of pants- the Nano ride has never been easy !
05/12/2016
22:05
perfect choice: Well isn't Nano a challenging share (understatement!). Took me some time going back to find it, but I originally exited Nano in September because I felt they could not build up revenues quickly enough to avoid a further and final fund raising (see post 5401 on the 27th September - that "reasonably well funded" ME comment at the Cannacord event told me something wasn't quite right and ME knew he didn't have a comfortable level of cash left before cash flow break even if things delayed further. I believe that stage has now been reached. After buying back in at virtually 40p on the day of the Brexit vote, my nervousness of Nano meant I sold the 2nd tranche of my shares at 50.25p on the 21st November after selling the first at 46p on the 11th. For a rare change, I seem to have got my trading pattern right. Something is not right, you may well get some drifting down of share price waiting for news but the chart gives a clear picture of changed direction. Ending below 40p today wasn't good. Is Nano dead in the water suddenly despite Merck and Wah Hong agreements and Dow paying for an upgrade to their facility? No is my current view. But the difficult path is yet to be completed. One issue I see not mentioned much here is the lack of RoHS enforcement on Cadmium. Without that there is simply no incentive for display OEMs using cadmium based QDs to change. Samsung have Hansol for now to meet their current demand so while they were reported as testing Dow CFQDs to give approval, that is all it was. No commitment to volume supply. Its not the CFQD film manufacturers which create demand and so revenues to Nano, its the OEMs in expanding their range or converting to Cadmium free that will. Right now there is no visibility of either of those happening thus more delay to the extent Nano need to commit to a cash call like it or not. I will buy back in after that placing is made. Looking at the current 3 agreements what is stopping them? Well take Dow first, potential there to start supplying to Samsung and LG as intended. But until Samsung actually launch their stated intention of QD technology into the rest of their TV range, there is no demand for Dow to fulfil IMHO. Samsung will use Hansol capacity until there is almost none left. So even if Samsung launch an expanded TV range at CES 2017, based on actual world wide availability of new models launched at CES 2016, it will be Summer 2017 before any expanded range hits the stores and so at best means Dow revenues Q3 2017 with physical supply Q2. Looking at LG and their intention to launch QD based TVs next year, the same logic applies on timescales. Dow simply cannot force supply, they have to wait for Samsung and LG to want their supply. So it may be Q3 2017 before Nano sees any major income from Dow. I am also taking the view that Hansol will be retained for sole supply to the top end SUHD range, Samsung will use Dow supplied CFQDs for the lower end of their TV range when they expand QD technology. This is a personal view only with no evidence but it would explain why there is no rush on the Samsung side. So how about Merck, well simply they are still "marketing" as they state, that is some way to go towards committed orders for volume supply which could be anybody's guess. Wah Hong is the one supplier I could expect something a little more earlier and I do wonder the source of the "CFQD" TCL model as Wah Hong were already modifying their production lines. But that means supply readiness not actual output. Even if Wah Hong are the first to hit commercial supply, Nano are not going to survive on their revenues alone. So its a case of how long to wait and yet more time. I come back to those RoHS regulations and no enforcement yet in place, plus Samsung coping with Hansol supply for now. There is simply nothing to create demand in the display market until something changes. Despite all the market trends and analysis for the growth of QDs, until demand is created it is just that - analysis. So firmly remaining on the side lines for now and will wait for a placing or if the share price really gets silly near the 30p mark, then worth a stab like I did at 40p after the Brexit vote.
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